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The Beguiled

The Beguiled Full Movie

Country: United States
Year: 2017
Category: Drama, Western
Release Date: 14 June , 2017
Director: Sofia Coppola
Starring:  Kirsten Dunst, Nicole Kidman, Elle Fanning
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 120 minutes
Budget: $180,000,000

The Beguiled is a 2017 American science-fiction horror film directed by Sofia Coppola and written by  Thomas Cullinan, with a story by, Nicole Kidman

The red carpet is ready to parade world-class excellence on the Croisette. The biggest showcase of the cinema turns seventy years, a figure that will not go unnoticed in the annals of Cannes. We do not refer to its coveted poster or the controversial touch-ups to one of the most beautiful actresses on the planet. The culprit that Cannes boot surrounded by controversy is Netflix.

The giant of the streaming has slipped in the Official Section by double match. Okja, by Korean Bong Joon-Ho, and Noah Baumbach’s The Meyerowitz Stories, are the two films that will present the platform in competition. Both directors are old colleagues of the festival and their proposals marry perfectly with the tonic of the cartel. Where is the problem? So far, the original products of Netflix have debuted at a world premiere without going through the halls, and that is something that France can not tolerate.

The Federation of French Cinemas called the selection of Cannes “treacherous” and urged the festival to cancel the two nominations for the platform. Netflix, for its part, tried to program the films in some French cinemas for a limited time, but it was too late. Cannes threw the attempts at modernization overboard and announced that it would close the snack bar to video on demand from 2018.

A false illusion of openness that has collided head-on with one of the most nationalistic, traditional and powerful industries in the cinema. France is not a country for experiments.

The war with Netflix is ​​not over, but in Cannes there are no signs of crossfire. The renowned French director Arnaud Desplechin will raise the curtain in a few hours with Ismael’s Ghost, starring Charlotte Gaingsbourg and Marion Cotillard. You will be followed by a parade of greats like Michael Haneke, Sophia Coppola, Yorgos Lanthimos or Michael Hazanavicius.

The Austrian director becomes a winning horse every time he walks the Côte d’Azur. His last two films, The White Ribbon and Amour, were made with the Palme d’Or and there is no reason to think that the latter will be worse luck. Haneke has made us wait five years to bring a story of rabid current affairs with humanitarian dyes. Happy End deals with the life of a bourgeois family of Calais during the formation of the refugee camp. He is accompanied by the magna Isabelle Huppert and actor Jean-Louis Trintignant, both by Amour and two other faces known at the festival.

Sofia Coppola has been part of the royalty of the festival since she got a seat with her own name in 2006, with Marie Antoinette. Seven years later he opened the Un Certain Regard section with The Bling Ring, a portrait of the idolatry and materialism of millennial adolescence. In The Beguiled, the director exploits the strengths of the two previous films in a historical drama that was already brought to the big screen in 1971, with Clint Eastwood as the protagonist.

Thomas Cullinan’s novel, A Painted Devil, is the basis of both adaptations, although Coppola has chosen the female perspective for the first time. Now, Nicole Kidman plays the director of a girls’ school in Virginia in 1864, where a Unionist soldier wounded in the US Civil War appears. Colin Farrell plays the man who will sow the chaos in the boarding school with his erotic games and a dangerous aura of seducer. It should be noted that Sofia Coppola is one of the four women participating this year in the Official Section.

The name of prolific filmmaker falls short in the case of South Korean. Hong Sang-Soo presents two films at the Cannes Film Festival, The day after in the Official Section and Claire’s Camera in special screenings. The first follows the line of the applauded Now yes, not before, where it makes use of the symmetry and sublimation of the everyday to talk about the contact between men and women.

The camera follows Aerum, a girl who begins to work in a small publishing house to fill the position of the chief’s examiner. One day, the injured wife of the publisher bursts into the office and turns his jealousy by mistake about the protagonist. Hong Sang-Soo already won in Un Certain Regard in 2010, why would not he now be in the top prize?

MEXICO CITY, Mexico.- Sofia Coppola returns with the film The Beguiled, next June will risk the premiere of this dramatic film written by her with Thomas Cullinan.

The cast includes Kirsten Dunst, Nicole Kidman, Elle Fanning, Colin Farrell, Angourie Rice, Wayne Pére, Oona Laurence and Emma Howard, among others.

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